Art Classes in the Park: Native American Inspired Art Forms
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Join us and experience the art of coil pottery, beading, basket weaving, pictorial calendars and oral storytelling inspired by traditional Native American history and art forms. A variety of interactive art forms will be on display during the event including Native American Plains sign language, calligraphy, and pigment making displays. Park naturalists and partners will teach introductory level classes on the lawn in front of Graham Cave throughout the day. In case of inclement weather, classes will be held at the park pavilion. All materials will be provided and classes are free. Registered participants and their family are invited to pack a lunch, bring a blanket and listen to Native American stories while dining at the cave. To register for the classes, please contact Graham Cave State Park at 573-564-3476. Special accommodations will be provided. Class size is limited so signup early. Non-participants are welcome to bring a chair, stay and watch. Please dress weather appropriate. Insect repellant is strongly recommended.
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